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Three Days Grace, known for breakout hit songs, "I Hate Everything About You" and "Just Like You," bring concert film "One-X" to theaters for one night only. A raw, confessional performance, "One-X" finds frontman Adam Gontier delving into a sense of utter loneliness that ironically comes from being constantly surrounded by other people. "One-X" is simultaneously the story of Gontier's personal destruction on the road, and it is a universal tale of feeling like an outsider.
When the band emerged, it had a heavy, highly emotional album in hand. "One-X" is rife with anguished-fueled vocals, heavy beats and rough chords. Backed by the thunderous rhythm section of Neil Sanderson on drums and Brad Walst on bass and the thrashing urgent riffs of Barry Stock on guitar, "One-X" is a roller coaster ride through Gontier's psyche.
Intensely honest, Gontier leaves nothing out; it sounds as if he's ripping pages from his journal.